Along with structure, preschoolers need variety, as well as, the ability to explore and learn at their own pace. Creating classroom centers and rotating them daily will help keep your students...Read More »
Toddler and preschool classrooms can seem a bit hectic with even the best laid plans shoved aside to accommodate classroom interruptions, student moods, and a whole host of other distractions. It...Read More »
Learning to tell time is a difficult skill to master. With three separate hands and three similar, but certainly distinct concepts, conquering the clock can seem like an overwhelming task. Since...Read More »
Melissa, Chasing Cheerios blog creator, mother, and part-time school psychologist, provides wonderful ideas for crafts, activities, and learning methods for preschoolers. She has created this...Read More »
There is a natural progression to mathematics. Before attempting calculus, you must have mastered trigonometry, and before attempting trigonometry, you must have mastered algebra, etc. While you may...Read More »
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